Definition of Epiphany:

  1. The manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles as represented by the Magi (Matthew 2:1–12).

  2. A sudden realization about the nature or meaning of something. An epiphany can often come about due to some experience that may trigger the sudden realization.

Synonyms of Epiphany

Christophany, Satanophany, Afflatus, Angelophany, Apocalypse, Apparition, Appearance, Appearing, Arising, Avatar, Coming, Coming into being, Coming-forth, Direct communication, Discernibleness, Disclosure, Dissemination, Divine inspiration, Divine revelation, Embodiment, Emergence, Evidence, Evincement, Exposure, Expression, Forthcoming, Incarnation, Indication, Inspiration, Issuance, Manifestation, Materialization, Materializing, Mystical experience, Mysticism, Observability, Occurrence, Opening, Outcrop, Outcropping, Perceptibility, Pneumatophany, Presentation, Proof, Prophecy, Publication, Realization, Revelation, Rise, Rising, Seeableness, Showing, Showing forth, The seen, The visible, Theophania, Theophany, Theopneustia, Theopneusty, Unfolding, Unfoldment, Visibility, Visibleness, Visuality, What is revealed

How to use Epiphany in a sentence?

  1. I was unable to determine the correct formula for my chemistry project until I had an epiphany and realized the correct element to add.
  2. I had an epiphany the other day that made me think about the meaning of my life and what direction Im headed in.
  3. Some of my greatest ideas have emerged in the form of an epiphany , when seemingly out of nowhere, a unique and creative thought popped into my head.
  4. The story of Epiphany is related by the first three Evangelists: Matthew, Mark and Luke.

Meaning of Epiphany & Epiphany Definition